Police officer Gao accidentally kills a pedestrian on the way to his mother's funeral. He tries to dispose the body by hiding it in his mother's coffin. As the pedestrian turns out to be a wanted person and a police officer witnessed the accident, Gao is forced to bring his body back to the police station. Can the case be settled so easily?
Ah Kam is now a mama-san leading a team of young prostitutes to service the rich and famous, and she always aims to fulfil every client’s needs. When Ah Kam’s ex-lover, a triad boss, encounters difficulties adapting to a new Hong Kong after his release from a long imprisonment, she helps him get back on his feet to lead a normal life.
A hijacking of a police van occurs when the Police Commissioner is away from Hong Kong. Deputy Commissioner Lee leads a rescue operation code-named Cold War. Fellow Deputy Commissioner Sean moves to take control from Lee as he thinks Lee is emotionally affected by his son being held hostage, but the efforts end up threatening both their reputation.
Aaron Kwok, Tony Leung Ka Fai, Aarif Rahman, Eddie Peng, Andy Lau
Following “The Way We Are”, this is based on a true story happening in Tin Shui Wai. It revolves around an older, unemployed Hong Kong man, his young Mainland wife and their two daughters. Their lives, unfortunately, are anything but easy, and the shocking conclusion raises issues about the plight of the socially deprived lower class.
Simon Yam, Zhang Jing Chu, Jacqueline Law,Yim Chau Wah, Tan En Mei, Cheung King Wai
Heng is a high school student whose mother abandoned the family eight years ago. You Mei is a teacher whose husband is having an affair. When You Mei becomes a temporary teacher at Heng's school, the two lonely souls develop a forbidden love.
Fok Kit is the hottest underground boxer with unbeatable records. To save their boxing studio from being sold, he must win the fight against Shaolin who is known as "Killing Machine". Fok Kit is defeated and badly hurt in the fight, which is a set-up by Lok, who wants to take revenge on Fok Kit’s master, Debo.
Directorial debut of Man Lim Chung, who spent 3 years filming this documentary about the life and filmmaking philosophy of Ann Hui, one of Hong Kong’s greatest filmmakers. It traces Hui’s life story and her 40-year career’s ups and downs using film footages, candid conversations with Hui, and interviews with her collaborators, family and friends.
Ann Hui, Andy Lau, Josephine Siao, Sylvia Chang, Tsui Hark, Hou Hsiao Hsien, Derek Yee
Yin is a timid delivery boy who wants to impress his dream girl Li, so he enrols in a martial arts course and learns strange moves. Yin beats Black Bear to save Li while wearing a Garfield mask, but the credit is taken by Karate Master, Liu. To prove himself and win Li back, Yin defeats Liu in a ring with his unique martial arts style.
Anti-corruption senior officer Chen lines up a key witness, corporate accountant Jack, to testify against a tobacco trading company CEO for bribing high-level customs officer as well as smuggling contraband cigarettes. When neither Jack nor the CEO shows up on the day of the hearing, Chen must team up with his ex-wife to launch an investigation.
A murder case which the bullet seems to disappear. A detective and his partner start the investigation that revolves around the questions of “Is shooting without bullets possible? How can a bullet disappear upon contact with a body?”
On the eve of the 1997 handover, violence is rampant with triad forces causing chaos in Hong Kong. The triad gang leader assigns his right-hand man Ah Lok to take charge of the drug trafficking business. However, Ah Lok turns out to be an undercover police officer who unveils a shocking political conspiracy during the investigation.
Richie Jen, Simon Yam, Alex Fong, Patrick Tam, Ron Ng